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Samsung Galaxy A50s core specs revealed: Android 9 Pie, Exynos 9610 SoC and much more

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Samsung Galaxy A50s

The South Korean tech giant, Samsung announced its Galaxy A50 back in February. It looks now like the company is working on a refreshed variant of the smartphone which was spotted on Geekbench carrying model number SM-A507NF. However, Samsung has not spilled the beans about the variant yet.

Similarities in Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A50s

Samsung Galaxy A50s core specs revealed via Geekbench: Android 9 Pie, Exynos 9610 SoC and much more

As expected, there were no such notable changes between the two smartphones. Samsung Galaxy A50s possesses very similar benchmark scores of A50.

  • The same Exynos 9610 chipset will also power the new Samsung Galaxy A50s.
  • It will also come with the same 4GB RAM.

What’s new?

Samsung Galaxy A50s core specs revealed via Geekbench: Android 9 Pie, Exynos 9610 SoC and much more

Apart from the similarities, one can expect the following major changes in the model:

  • According to Geekbench, Samsung Galaxy A50s will ship with Android 9 Pie in the box.
  • The tech giant might also bring some major improvements in the camera hardware of the phone.
  • Higher RAM variants of the smartphone are also expected to launch.
  • Samsung might also bring out some minor upgrades in the battery capacity, storage and display size, dimensions.

Thus, these specs reveal that Galaxy A50s won’t bring any major update in the phone to boost the performance.

More A-series variants under process

Samsung Galaxy A50s core specs revealed via Geekbench: Android 9 Pie, Exynos 9610 SoC and much more

Several reports are coming up that Samsung is currently working on bringing more mid-range smartphones as a part of its A-series. These phones will serve as improved versions of previous Samsung A-series’ models. And, these variants are expected to have a suffix ‘s’ at the last of their name. So, they will be named as Galaxy A20s, A30s, A50s, A70s and A90s.

For more updates on Samsung smartphones, keep watching The Geek Herald!

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